Living Room

Published on November 24th, 2011 | by Jules Yap


Jim Morrison table

Jim Morrison table

Materials: Muddus table, Jim Morrison scarf, glue, gray paint

Description: The yellow color of the table didn’t suit to my living room so I decided to change it. I wanted something special and also I wanted to save the table as foldable.

Jim Morrison table

First I painted the table white to cover the yellow. Then I did grey paint. I used common water-soluble paint. I waited till the paint was dry.

Jim Morrison table
Jim Morrison table
Jim Morrison table

For one half of the table I used the whole Morrison scarf and for the other half I cut him off the scarf. I used water-soluble glue to stick the scarf to the table. After that I recoated the table also with this glue instead of using some varnish.

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~ Tereza, Prague, CZ

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Jules Yap

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7 Responses to Jim Morrison table

  1. Anonymous says:

    The wall painting is awesome! This is “wall-hack” :-)

  2. renicsa says:

    Hey Tereza!
    I’m so interested in how the wall was made? Is it the pattern of the wallpaper, or are they little tiles sticked on the wall?
    Thanks: Anna

  3. Anonymous says:

    Nice one Tereza!
    Tomas from Prague

  4. Anonymous says:

    Do you know what stool is this?

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